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Cathy Faulds
Family doctor (Past VP Clinical SW LHIN, Past Pres OCFP, Past-Lead MD LFHT, CAC in palliative care) Married, proud mother of two daughters
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Cathy Faulds 10h
I log in once. It is efficient and effective. Just wish more pharmacies were using as it saves time with direct secure communication.
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Cathy Faulds 10h
Agree When do you think we will have bidirectional HRM?
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Francine Lemire Jan 21
Congratulations to Dr Peter Newberry, past CFPC President, and on the FAFM board, on receiving a Medal of Good Citizenship from the government of B.C.! Recognition for a lifetime of extraordinary service to his community, province and country!
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Joshua Tepper Jan 20
Agreed..It can kill: -patients because of break down in communication & siloed knowledge -physician moral/wellbeing - because of the additional work, inefficiency and taking away from patient care -the budget: with the cost of additional people to scan endless documents etc
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Josh Mugele (He/Him) Jan 20
Replying to @jmugele
In hindsight, it's been a difficult path, but it's given me perspective. I know some people who go straight through who burn out on the "job" aspect of medicine. But it's still the best job I've ever had. I'm extremely fortunate to be where I am in life. /End
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Cathy Faulds Jan 20
56 items scanned in for me today. One day. Not searchable and time consuming to open and file so I look at paper - sign with a pen, give directions to staff on paper and they scan into EMR. Wasted time, energy and risk of error/loss high.
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Ilan Shahin Jan 20
Digital health cannot be an extension of the paper model. We have to break this paradigm because PDFs are not meaningful progress.
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Alyssa Milano Jan 19
A man lost his wife to cancer after 50 years of marriage so his daughter made a quilt of her clothes. 😭
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Ilan Shahin Jan 20
Getting everyone access to primary care will not happen without harmonizing divergent payment models, resourcing practices to increase capacity, and revisiting the primary care experience with a 2020 hat on (patient-inclusive and tech-informed). All else is a false shortcut.
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Harvard Business Review Jan 19
To create the most engaged teams: 1. Build trust between leaders and team members. 2. Communicate priorities and where people need help. 3. Learn new skills as a group. 4. Let people work remotely more often. 5. Let people do the work they love.
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Harvard Business Review Jan 19
The days of keeping strategy and execution as separate topics are ending.
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Cathy Faulds Jan 19
Put your phone away in another persons company especially at dinner.
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DigitalCoalition Jan 18
Next release coming soon IV First Dose, reporting forms, X-ray and more. Thx to the builders/testers who share their time & talents across clinics
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Cathy Faulds Jan 19
Agree implementation has all stages but the health system needs to move forward and we will always have laggards.
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Beth Campbell Duke Jan 19
Add patient-led peer navigation and peer support and stop breaking so many of us first. Then we'll have a better handle on the true requirements.
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Sylvain Roy 🇨🇦 Jan 19
Replying to @fauldsca @DrMWeiser
Collaborative practices could help address some of the challenges, but it’s important note that professionals have fairly large wait lists in both private & public practices. Retirements & demand are increasing. Solution must include workforce planing & funding for treatment.
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Cathy Faulds Jan 19
I am talking e referral not Reacts app. With this conversation thread. Reacts us got virtual visits and communication for home care and community care.
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Cathy Faulds Jan 19
Agree but add psychologists would also be a game changer.
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Shaylene Pind Jan 18
Replying to @IlanShahin
Costs are high to all patients, families (financial and non financial) as well as HCPs working in an underfunded system. We can do better by funding mental illness tx at the hospital and community levels with integrated care teams as we are
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George Dawson Jan 18
Businesses and governments have taken that into account by destroying the psychiatric infrastructure and transferring costs to law enforcement and charities/agencies that help the homeless or no care at all. They could not do that with other specialties. Business run system.
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